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Jump ahead with your Irish language Learning with Bitesize Irish Study Week – February 2024

Trying to learn to speak the Irish language at your own pace can be difficult to feel like you’re making progress. While it’s good to adapt your journey to your own pace, it can also help by focussing your efforts and learn with others. By focussing on your learning outcomes to describe yourself and your […]

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Celtic Myth and Divin Time

Celtic Myth and Divine Time

A special interview with Dr. Gwilym Morus Baird of Celtic Source. Gwilym is a native Welsh speaker, and has studied Welsh and broader Celtic myth. In this deep-reaching interview with Eoin, we discussed pertinent topics including: If you’re enjoyed this interview, please leave a comment here or over on the YouTube video. Gwilym teaches about

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Our Top Irish Language Proverbs

“Seanfhocail” are proverbs in the Irish language. Literally, that means “old words”, pointing to the ages that these proverbs have survived. I’m sure some are older than others. A good start is half the work There’s a good reason why the name of the fundamental Irish language course for Bitesize Irish members is called Tús

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Counties of Ireland Cheat Sheet

Take a trip around Ireland. In this cheat sheet from Bitesize Irish, you get to learn the name of each of the 32 counties of Ireland.  The cheat sheet includes phonetic pronunciation of the Irish language names of the counties, so that you can pronounce them approximately. Become a Foundations member of Bitesize Irish to access

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An Modh Coinníollach Cheat Sheet

Are you an Irish language enthusiast? At some point you’ll get to An Modh Coinníollach, the conditional tense or “Conditional Mood”. This lets you express yourself in the Irish language about things that you would do.  Conditional Tense – More Info This is a topic that tends to fill learners with dread, in particular the

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noun Gender cheat sheet

Nouns in the Irish language change depending on context, and they can change quite a bit! This can be frustrating for learners of the Irish language. In this cheat sheet, you’ll learn how to recognize a noun’s gender in the Irish language. More Info It’s important to the know the gender of a noun, so

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